Child File: Preventing Extremism
The report ‘Teaching approaches that help to build resilience to extremism among young people’ Bonnell et al. (May 2011) presents the findings from a research study. The research included 10 in-depth case studies and was commissioned by the DCSF. The research findings are grouped under three headings and include a set of recommendations. This Child File explores some aspects of the report in more detail. Child file materials: Child File 16.1 Introduction and summary of recommendations Child File 16.2 Questionnaire for staff Child File 16.3 Resilience through the curriculum – how well does your curriculum cover it? Child File 16.4 Summary of the 10 case-study programmes Child File 16.5 Summary for staff
MST – future for families
Multisystemic Therapy originated in the United States and now it’s over here. This article outlines what it is and how it might help families in England.
A chance to make a difference
In Issue 15 of ECU we heard from the Appetite for Life Action Research Project. Here they write for us again at ECU and ask you to get involved.
Serious case reviews; turning over a new leaf?
Serious Case Reviews are in the spotlight. In this article, we hear how applying a SCIE Learning Together approach might bring greater understanding of what goes wrong.
Teaching approaches that help to build resilience to extremism
Concerns about extremism have led to a number of strategies being recommended. This new report looks at what strategies are working in the attempt to build resilience.
Every Child a Writer Report 2
In 2008 the University of Exeter and the NFER were commissioned by the DfE to evaluate the Every Child a Writer (ECaW) programme. This evaluation focuses on the findings from classroom observations and writing samples collected in ten study schools.